The Luangwa Valley has a great number of birds available for twitchers to see. A recent count by BirdWatch Zambia (www.hbw.org / HBW Alive & BirdLife International) concluded that South Luangwa National Park is home to 469 species, while North Luangwa National Park boasts 416 species of bird. Below are some snapshots of what is […]Read Further >
Yesterday’s afternoon drive held something new for me and guide, Mukupa Ben Zulu. After tea we headed out along the Tafika driveway. Mukupa had reported a dead baboon the previous afternoon which appeared to have fallen from a tree during a fight with a rival male, lying on the ground with bad wounds on its […]Read Further >
July brings with it the birthday month for Christine Coppinger, John and Carol’s older daughter. This year, Christine was surprised with a trip up to Luangwa to spend some time with the family. While all together in the valley, it is customary to spend a night or two out at the Chikoko Trails together. This […]Read Further >
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